2019 10 Week New Year’s Transformation Challenge

Join ReDefineRVA for our 10 Week New Year’s Transformation Challenge!


What is it?
Our personal training studio holds a personal training challenge at the start of every year with some great prizes.

Challenge Details

  • Start Date: Monday January 14, 2019
    • NOTE: You can still join the challenge if you sign up before January 22, 2019!
  • Length: 10 weeks
  • End Date/Final Measurements: Sunday March 24, 2019

Your training includes…

  • 3x/week semi-private personal training in our private personal training facility
  • Completely customized workout programs
  • Nutritional guidance
  • Access to cardiovascular equipment on your off days from your trainer

Winners receive one of three prizes

1. 1st place – $500 gift card

2. 2nd place – $250 gift card

3. 3rd place – $100 gift card

Every participant receives a free ReDefineRVA T-Shirt!

What are the benefits of joining this challenge?

  • Decreased body fat %
  • Healthy weight loss
  • Increased lean muscle
  • Increased strength
  • More stamina
  • Improved confidence
  • Learning how to perform strength movements properly

How much does it cost?

25% off for 10 weeks of training.

  • First 2 weeks = Get started for only $99! (originally $199)
  • February = $299 (originally $399)
  • March= $299 (originally $399)

That’s only $23/personal training session!

Can I join the challenge if I’m already a client?

Yes – you can join for only $99 for a chance to win one of the three prizes at the end.

OK, I’m ready to sign up, what do I do?

Just schedule a consultation below based on your availability. We’ll have you come in for a free 1-hour consult to answer any information and get you set up if you’re ready to join.

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